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Adams County Birth, Marriage, & Death Records

 

Adams County Birth Indexes & Birth Records

Adams County – Birth, marriage, & death record (transcripts) of Adams County, Pennsylvania, 1852-1855

Adams County – Calendar of vital records of the counties of York and Adams Cos., PA

Adams County – Register of negroes and mulattoes, 1800-1820

see also Church Records, below

 

 

 

Adams County Marriage Indexes & Marriage Records

Adams County – Birth, marriage, & death record (transcripts) of Adams County, Pennsylvania, 1852-1855

Adams County – Calendar of vital records of the counties of York and Adams Cos., PA

Adams County – Marriage dockets, 1885-1950

Adams County – Register of negroes and mulattoes, 1800-1820

see also Church Records, below

 

 

 

Adams County Death Indexes & Death Records

Adams County – Birth, marriage, & death record (transcripts) of Adams County, Pennsylvania, 1852-1855

Adams County – Calendar of vital records of the counties of York and Adams Cos., PA

Adams County – Register of negroes and mulattoes, 1800-1820

Gettysburg, Adams County – Deaths within the Appler family

see also Church Records, below

 

 

 

Cemeteries

Adams County – Cemetery records, Adams County, Pennsylvania

Adams County – Cumberland County, Pa., church, Bible and cemetery records

Adams County – General census of cemeteries in Adams County (Pennsylvania), 1932-1937

Adams County – Lower Marsh Creek Cemetery, of the Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church, located five miles west of Gettysburg, Pa.

Adams County – Reference list to publications that contain gravestone inscriptions from Adams, Allegheny, Bedford, Berks, Chester, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh and York counties, Pennsylvania

Adams County – Tombstone inscriptions, Friends graveyards, York and Adams Counties, Pennsylvania

Adams County – Records of the Methodist or Wesleyan cemetery at Fountain Dale, Liberty Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania

Adams County – Address of Hon. Edward Everett at the consecration of the National cemetery at Gettysburg 19th November 1863 : with the dedicatory speech of President Lincoln and the other exercises of the occasion; accompanied by an account of the origin of the undertaking and of the arrangement of the cemetery grounds and by a map of the battlefield and a plan of the cemetery

Adams County – Graves registration records : Michigan men buried at Gettysburg, Antietam, and Monroe & Wayne counties

Adams County – In the Court of common pleas at Adams County, Pennsylvania : sitting in equity, January term, 1889: no. 1, between John Reed, Sylves- ter Byrne, Frederick Middleton, Julius B. Allen, and Charles W. Devitt, representing the survivors of the 72nd regiment Pennsylvania volunteers, plaintiffs : and “Gettysburg Battle-field Memorial Association,” ..

Adams County – Revised report of the select committee relative to the Soldiers’ National Cemetery : together with the accompanying documents as reported to the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Adams County – Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Middle District : May term, 1891, nos. 20 and 30 : appeal of the Gettysburg Battle-field Memorial Association, from the decree of the Court of Common Pleas of Adams County; and appeal of John P. Taylor, J.P.S. Gobin, John P. Nicholson, and R.B. Ricketts, com- missioners appointed by the Governor of the State of Pennsylvania, from the decree of the Court of Common Pleas of Adams County : paperbook of appellees

Huntertown, Adams County – History of Low Dutch colony of Conowago Valley

Latimore Township, Adams County – Bermudian Church graveyard, now Lutheran graveyard, near East Berlin, Adams Co., Pa.

Liberty Township, Adams County – Cemetery inscriptions from Jacob Harbaugh’s Church (Reformed) near Fountain Dale, Liberty Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania

 

 

 

Wills & Probate

Adams County – Estate files, 1849-1976

Adams County – An index to the wills and administration bonds of Adams County, Pennsylvania, books, A-G, 1800-1864

Adams County – Orphans’ Court dockets, 1800-1853 ; general index to Orphans’ Court records

Adams County – Register of wills, 1800-1851 ; Index to wills, 1800-1864

Adams County – Decedents index, 1864-1937

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Residence records and what they might include

 

Adams County Residence Records

Census

Adams County – Census records for 1830, Adams County, Pennsylvania

Adams County – Census records for 1850, Adams County, Pennsylvania

 

 

 

 

 

Directories

Adams County – Atlas of Adams Co., Pennsylvania

 

 

 

 

 

Maps, Almanacs, & Gazetteers

Adams County – Atlas of Adams Co., Pennsylvania

 

 

 

Taxation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Church Records –

Adams County – Baptismal record of the Rev. Jacob Lischy, York County, Pennsylvania, 1744-1769, 1744-1769

Adams County – Church record of the Rev. Jacob Lischy, pastor of York, Creutz Creek, Conewago and Bermudian, York County, 1744-1769

Adams County – Church records, 1848-1854 [Franklin Circuit of the United Brethren in Christ]

Adams County – Church records, 1856-1913 [Paradise United Brethren in Christ]

Adams County – Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, York Springs, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1831-1957

Adams County – Pastor’s record, 1744-1801 : Reformed churches in York and Adams counties, Pennsylvania; Carroll and Baltimore counties, Maryland

Adams County – Pastor’s records, 1858-1927

Adams County – The private record of Jacob Lischy, V.D.M., 1743-1769

Adams County – Records of Rev. John Casper Stoever; baptismal and marriage, 1730-1779

Adams County – Records of the Menallen Monthly Meeting, York County, Pennsylvania

Adams County – Rev. G. W. Welsh’s register, Adams County, Pennsylvania, 1895-1928

Adams County – Stovers marriage records, 1731-1779, 1731-1779

Adams County – Transcript of records of Warrington Quarterly Meeting, 1787-1801; Women’s quarterly meeting minutes, 1787-1813

Adams County – Church records surname index of Adams and York counties, Pennsylvania

Abbottstown, Adams County – Abbottstown Reformed Church (now Emanuel Reformed Church) Abbottstown, Adams County, Pennsylvania, 1768-1880

Abbottstown, Adams County – Church record of the Abbottstown Reformed Church; Abbottstown, Adams County, Pennsylvnaia; 1775-1880

Abbottstown, Adams County – Church records 1770-1926 [St. John’s Lutheran]

Abbottstown, Adams County – Emanuel Reformed Church, Abbottstown, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1768-1875

Abbottstown, Adams County – Pastor’s record, 1806-1847 : reformed churches in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, mainly, with some preaching stations in Adams, Dauphin, and Lebanon counties, Pennsylvania and in Carroll, Baltimore, and Washington counties, Maryland

Abbottstown, Adams County – Register of Emanuel Reformed Church, Abbottstown, Adams County, Pennsylvania, 1768-1880

Abbottstown, Adams County – The register of Saint John’s Lutheran Church, Abbottstown, Pennsylvania, 1837-1850

Abbottstown, Adams County – The register of Saint John’s Lutheran Church, Abbottstown, Pennsylvania, 1837-1850

Abbottstown, Adams County – The register of Saint John’s Lutheran Church, Abbottstown, Pennsylvania, 1850-1877

Abbottstown, Adams County – Saint John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Abbottstown, Adams County, Pennsylvania; parish register 1884-1920

Abbottstown, Adams County – Saint Johns Lutheran Church, Abbottstown, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1850-1877

Abbottstown, Adams County – Saint Johns Lutheran Church, Abbottstown, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; marriages, 1850-1877

Arendtsville, Adams County – Church records, 1780-1902 [Bender’s Church]

Arendtsville, Adams County – Church records, 1786-1921 [Arendtsville Church]

Arendtsville, Adams County – Church records, 1847-1927 [Zion Reformed]

Arendtsville, Adams County – Pastor’s record, 1839-1873 : Reformed churches in Adams, Bedford, and York counties, Pennsylvania

Barlow, Adams County – The church book belonging to the Evangelical Lutherans, the year of our Lord, 1824

Bendersville, Adams County – Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Bendersville, Adams County, Pennsylvania; parish registers 1879-1965

Bendersville, Adams County – Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, York Springs, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1831-1957

Biglerville, Adams County – Monthly meeting records, 1727-1908 [Menallen Monthly Meeting]

Biglerville, Adams County – Saint Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church; Biglerville, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1881-1934

Bonneauville, Adams County – Saint Luke’s Evangelical Lutheran Church near Bonneauville, Mount Pleasant Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1888-1959

Butler Township, Adams County – Bender’s Church; Butler Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania; parish register 1860-1898

Butler Township, Adams County – Church records, 1780-1902 [Bender’s Church]

Butler Township, Adams County – Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, York Springs, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1831-1957

Butler Township, Adams County – The Parish register of Benders Church, Butler Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania : for the Lutheran and Reformed congregations, 1786-1860

Butler Township, Adams County – Pastor’s record, 1839-1873 : Reformed churches in Adams, Bedford, and York counties, Pennsylvania

Conewago Township, Adams County – Church records, 1769-1800 [Conewago Reformed Protestant Dutch]

Conewago Township, Adams County – Church records, 1769-1803 [Conewago Reformed Protestant Dutch]

Conewago Township, Adams County – Church records, 1791-1835 [Conewago Catholic]

Conewago Township, Adams County – The Dutch Reformed Church of Conewago, Adams County, Pennsylvania, baptisms, 1769-1800

Conewago Township, Adams County – Records of the Dutch Reformed Church of Conewago, Adams County, Pennsylvania, 1769-1800

Conewago Township, Adams County – Conewago Sacred Heart Roman Catholic, Conewago Township, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1790-1815

Conewago Township, Adams County – Conewago Sacred Heart Roman Catholic, Conewago Township, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; marriages, 1791-1835

East Berlin, Adams County – Church records, 1822-1938 [Trinity Lutheran]

Fairfield, Adams County – Church records, 1839-1926 [St. John’s Reformed]

Fairfield, Adams County – Saint Johns Evangelical and Reformed Church, Fairfield, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1854-1875

Fairfield, Adams County – Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Fairfield, Adams County, Pennsylvania; parish registers, 1853-1967

Fountain Dale, Adams County – Pastoral records, 1881-1914

Franklin Township, Adams County – Church records, 1855-1935 [Flohr’s Lutheran and Reformed]

Franklin Township, Adams County – Flohr’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, McKnightstown, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1866-1935

Franklin Township, Adams County – Pastor’s record, 1839-1873 : Reformed churches in Adams, Bedford, and York counties, Pennsylvania

Gardners, Adams County – Church records, 1791-1943 [Upper Bermudian Lutheran and Reformed]

Germany Township, Adams County – Emanuel Reformed Church, Hanover, Pa., record [and] St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church, Hanover, Pa., records

Germany Township, Adams County – Pastor’s records, 1729-1798

Germany Township, Adams County – Saint John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Germany Township, near Littlestown, Adams County, Pennsylvania; parish registers 1763-1858

Germany Township, Adams County – Saint Johns Evangelical Lutheran Church, Littlestown, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1763-1868

Gettysburg, Adams County – Christ Lutheran Church, Gettysburg, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1837-1875

Gettysburg, Adams County – Christ Lutheran Church, Gettysburg, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; marriages, 1847-1880

Gettysburg, Adams County – Christ Lutheran Church, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania; records books I and II, 1837-1930

Gettysburg, Adams County – Church records, 1808-1891 [United Presbyterian]

Gettysburg, Adams County – Church records, 1819-1921 [St. James Lutheran]

Gettysburg, Adams County – Church records, 1832-1867 [Great Conewago Presbyterian]

Gettysburg, Adams County – Church records, 1837-1930 [Christ Lutheran]

Gettysburg, Adams County – Church records, 1884-1967

Gettysburg, Adams County – Methodist Episcopal of United Methodist Church, Gettysburg, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; marriages, 1854-1885

Gettysburg, Adams County – Methodist Episcopal or United Methodist Church, Gettysburg, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1854-1875

Gettysburg, Adams County – Pastor’s record, 1839-1873 : Reformed churches in Adams, Bedford, and York counties, Pennsylvania

Gettysburg, Adams County – Pastor’s record, 1860-1900 : Reformed churches at Grindstone Hill, Marion (Heidelberg?), Fayetteville and Mt. Alto; Trinity at Gettysburg, St. Mark; St. Paul’s at Mechanicsburg, Filey’s; Trinity at New Bloomfield, Christ at Newport, and St. John’s

Gettysburg, Adams County – Records of the Rock Creek Congregation and of its successor, the United Presbyterian Congregation of Gettysburg, 1774-1840

Gettysburg, Adams County – The register of Christ’s Lutheran Church, Gettysburg (known as the College Church) : church book of the Evangelical-Lutheran congregation in and around Gettysburg…begun by the Pastor Johann Herbst A.D. 1819

Gettysburg, Adams County – Rock Creek Congregation (now United Presbyterian Congregation), Gettysburg, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1814-1821

Gettysburg, Adams County – Saint James Evangelical Lutheran Church, Gettysburg, Adams County, Pennsylvania; parish registers 1818-1904

Gettysburg, Adams County – Saint James Evangelical Lutheran Church, Gettysburg, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1819-1875

Gettysburg, Adams County – Saint James Evangelical Lutheran Church, Gettysburg, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; marriages, 1830-1879

Gettysburg, Adams County – St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania; records 1859-1864

Gettysburg, Adams County – Transcript of records in the Presbyterian Church of the Great Conewago, 1832-1849

Gettysburg, Adams County – Trinity Reformed Church records, Gettysburg, Pa., 1834-1900

Gettysburg, Adams County – Trinity Reformed Church, Gettysburg, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1835-1875

Hampton, Adams County – Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, York Springs, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1831-1957

Heidlersburg, Adams County – Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, York Springs, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1831-1957

Huntington Township, Adams County – Baptismal records of the Upper Bermudian “Ground Oak” Church, Huntingdon Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania, 1791-1874

Huntington Township, Adams County – Church records, 1791-1943 [Upper Bermudian Lutheran and Reformed]

Huntington Township, Adams County – Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, York Springs, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1831-1957

Huntington Township, Adams County – Upper Bermudian Church, Huntington Township, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1791-1874

Latimore Township, Adams County – Chestnut Grove Evangelical Lutheran Church, Latimore Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1867-1967

Latimore Township, Adams County – Church record of the Reformed & Lutheran congregation at Bermudian, Latimore Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania, 1745-1864

Latimore Township, Adams County – East Berlin, Pa., Bermudian church records, 1745-1864

Latimore Township, Adams County – Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, York Springs, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1831-1957

Latimore Township, Adams County – Lutheran and Reformed Union Congregation, Lower Bermudian, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1745-1864

Latimore Township, Adams County – Pastor’s record, 1839-1873 : Reformed churches in Adams, Bedford, and York counties, Pennsylvania

Latimore Township, Adams County – The register of the Lower Bermudian Church, also called Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, Latimore Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania, 1865-1909

Latimore Township, Adams County – Translation of church book, Lutheran and Reformed Union Congregation, Lower Bermudian, Adams County, Pennsylvania

Latimore Township, Adams County – Lutheran and Reformed Union Congregation, Lower Bermudian, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; marriages, 1758-1772

Littlestown, Adams County – Christ Reformed Church, Littlestown, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1745-1871

Littlestown, Adams County – Church record of the Conewago or Christ Church congregation near Littlestown, Adams County, Pennsylvania, 1747-1871

Littlestown, Adams County – Church records, 1747-1876

Littlestown, Adams County – Pastor’s record, 1886-1933 : Reformed churches in Union Township near Littlestown, in Mt. Pleasant and Mt. Joy Townships; all in Adams County, Pennsylvania

Littlestown, Adams County – Pastor’s records, 1846-1886 [Jacob Smith]

Littlestown, Adams County – Pastor’s records, 1920-1923 : Reformed churches at Littlestown in Adams County and Weissport in Carbon County, Pennsylvania

Littlestown, Adams County – Pastor’s register, vol. 1-4, 1875-1900

Littlestown, Adams County – Records of Christ Reformed Church, Littlestown, Pa. ; Canawake Church record

Littlestown, Adams County – The register of Christ Reformed Church, Littlestown, Pennsylvania, 1747-1871

Littlestown, Adams County – Saint Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, Littlestown, Adams County, Pennsylvania; parish registers 1867-1938

Littlestown, Adams County – An index to Young’s translation of the register of the Christ Reformed Church of Littlestown, Pennsylvania, 1747-1871

McKnightstown, Adams County – Church records, 1855-1935 [Flohr’s Lutheran and Reformed]

McKnightstown, Adams County – Flohr’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, McKnightstown, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1866-1935

McSherrystown, Adams County – Saint Paul’s Lutheran Church, McSherrystown, Adams County, Pennsylvania; record book I, 193-1943

Menallen Township, Adams County – Minutes, marriages, and Quaker cemetery records, 1774-1930

Menallen Township, Adams County – Monthly meeting records, 1727-1908 [Menallen Monthly Meeting]

Menallen Township, Adams County – Transcript among the Tyson papers of Menallen Monthly Meeting : marriages recorded at Warrington, 1748-1854, marriages recorded at Menallen, 1780-1929, births & deaths of Warrington & Menallen, York removals, 1787-1854

Mount Joy Township, Adams County – The church book belonging to the Evangelical Lutherans, the year of our Lord, 1824

Mount Joy Township, Adams County – Church record of the German Reformed and Evangelical Lutheran congregations at Mark’s Church : containing I. Baptisms 1836-1924, II. Burials 1884-1926, III. Communicants 1837-1838, commenced by Benjamin Keller of Gettysburg in July Anno Domini 1836

Mount Joy Township, Adams County – Church records, 1836-1926 [Mark’s Lutheran and Reformed]

Mount Joy Township, Adams County – Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, Two Taverns, Mt. Joy Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1888-1959

Mount Joy Township, Adams County – Pastor’s record, 1839-1873 : Reformed churches in Adams, Bedford, and York counties, Pennsylvania

Mount Joy Township, Adams County – Pastor’s record, 1886-1933 : Reformed churches in Union Township near Littlestown, in Mt. Pleasant and Mt. Joy Townships; all in Adams County, Pennsylvania

Mount Joy Township, Adams County – Saint Marks German Reformed and Evangelical Lutheran Congregation, Gettysburg, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1836-1873

Mount Pleasant Township, Adams County – Pastor’s record, 1886-1933 : Reformed churches in Union Township near Littlestown, in Mt. Pleasant and Mt. Joy Townships; all in Adams County, Pennsylvania

Mount Pleasant Township, Adams County – Saint Luke’s Evangelical Lutheran Church near Bonneauville, Mount Pleasant Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1888-1959

New Chester, Adams County – Saint Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church “The Pines”, near New Chester, Straban Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania; parish registers 1862-1960

New Oxford, Adams County – German Reformed Congregation, New Oxford, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1822-1846

New Oxford, Adams County – Personal records, 1902-1921

New Oxford, Adams County – Register of the German Reformed Congregation of (New) Oxford, Adams County, Pennsylvania, beginning 1822

Straban Township, Adams County – Conewago Dutch Reformed Church, Straban Township, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1769-1793

Straban Township, Adams County – Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, York Springs, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1831-1957

Straban Township, Adams County – Saint Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church “The Pines”, near New Chester, Straban Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania; parish registers 1862-1960

Two Taverns, Adams County – Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, Two Taverns, Mt. Joy Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1888-1959

Union Township, Adams County – Christ Reformed Church, Littlestown, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1745-1871

Union Township, Adams County – Church record of the Conewago or Christ Church congregation near Littlestown, Adams County, Pennsylvania, 1747-1871

Union Township, Adams County – Church records, 1747-1876

Union Township, Adams County – Church records, 1856-1913 [Paradise United Brethren in Christ]

Union Township, Adams County – Pastor’s record, 1886-1933 : Reformed churches in Union Township near Littlestown, in Mt. Pleasant and Mt. Joy Townships; all in Adams County, Pennsylvania

Union Township, Adams County – Records of Christ Reformed Church, Littlestown, Pa. ; Canawake Church record

Union Township, Adams County – The register of Christ Reformed Church, Littlestown, Pennsylvania, 1747-1871

York Springs, Adams County – Christs Episcopal Church, York Springs, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1760-1876

York Springs, Adams County – Church records, 1831-1899 [Petersburg Presbyterian]

York Springs, Adams County – Church records, 1848-1854 [Franklin Circuit of the United Brethren in Christ]

York Springs, Adams County – Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, York Springs, Adams County, Pennsylvania; records 1831-1957

York Springs, Adams County – Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, York Springs, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; births or christenings, 1840-1875

York Springs, Adams County – Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, York Springs, Adams, Pennsylvania computer printout; marriages, 1842-1880

York Springs, Adams County – Original church records of Pennsylvania, transcribed

 

 

 

 

 

Church History

Adams County – The centennial memorial of the Presbytery of Carlisle : a series of papers, historical and biographical, relating to the origin and growth of Presbyterianism in the central and eastern part of southern Pennsylvania

Conewago Township, Adams County – History of Low Dutch colony of Conowago Valley

Freedom Township, Adams County – Hill Church, Freedom Township, Adams Co., Pa. (Associate Reformed); newspaper clippings and letter (1903)

Gettysburg, Adams County – A Historic sketch of the old “Mud Meeting House” : prepared for the centennial celebration

Gettysburg, Adams County – History of St. James Evangelical Lutheran Church of Gettysburg, Penna. 1775-1921

Littlestown, Adams County – Notes on various churches in Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Maryland

 

 

 

 

 

Court Records

Adams County – Adams County court records

 

 

 

 

Employment, Officials, & Occupations

Adams County – The medical profession of Adams County

 

 

 

 

Ethnic

Minorities

Adams County – Register of negroes and mulattoes, 1800-1820

 

 

 

 

Genealogy

 

 

 

 

 

History

Adams County – Backgrounds of Adams County history, articles nos. 1-74, July 31, 1937 to January 21, 1939

Adams County – Historic Adams, County Pennsylvania : a pictorial record

Adams County – Historic reflections – 1776 : glimpses of Fairfield area’s past

Adams County – The history and topography of Dauphin, Cumberland, Franklin, Bedford, Adams, and Perry counties (Pennsylvania) : containing a brief history of the first settlers, notices of the leading events, incidents and interesting facts, both general and local in the history of these counties, general & statistical descriptions of all the principal boroughs, towns, villages, &c., with an appendix

Adams County – The history and topography of Dauphin, Cumberland, Franklin, Bedford, Adams, and Perry counties (Pennsylvania) : containing a brief history of the first settlers, notices of the leading events, incidents and interesting facts, both general and local, in the history of these counties, general and statistical descriptions of all the principal boroughs, towns, villages, etc., with an appendix

Adams County – History of Cumberland and Adams Counties, Pennsylvania

Adams County – History of Cumberland and Adams counties, Pennsylvania : containing history of the counties, their townships, towns, villages, schools, churches, industries, etc.; portraits of early settlers and prominent men; biographies; history of Pennsylvania, statistical and miscellaneous matter, etc., etc.

Adams County – History of Cumberland and Adams counties, Pennsylvania : containing history of the counties, their townships, towns, villages, schools, churches, industries, etc.; portraits of early settlers and prominent men; biographies; history of Pennsylvania, statistical and miscellaneous matter, etc., etc.

Adams County – The story of the creation of Adams County, Pennsylvania, and of the selection of Gettysburg as its seat of justice : an address before the Historical Society of Adams County, on its first anniversary, May 6, 1889

Adams County – Every name index to Rupp’s history and topography of Dauphin, Cumberland, Franklin, Bedford, Adams, and Perry counties

Abbottstown, Adams County – A history of Abbottstown

East Berlin, Adams County – Wheels of time : bicentennial, East Berlin, Pa., 1764-1964

Fairfield, Adams County – Historic reflections – 1776 : glimpses of Fairfield area’s past

Gettysburg, Adams County – A bit of history about early settlers

Straban Township, Adams County – Straban Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. : its origins and settlers

 

 

 

 

Libraries, Museums, & Archives

Adams County – Inventory of the county archives of Pennsylvania, no. 01, Adams County

 

 

 

 

Medical

Adams County – The medical profession of Adams County

 

 

 

 

Names & Surnames

Gettysburg, Adams County – Deaths within the Appler family

 

Yearbooks

Fairfield, Adams County – The Fairhian

Gettysburg, Adams County – The spectrum

Littlestown, Adams County – The Littonian

 

 

 

 

 

Military Records and what you can learn from them

 

Adams County Military Records

 

Civil War, 1861-1865

 

Adams County – In the Court of common pleas at Adams County, Pennsylvania : sitting in equity, January term, 1889: no. 1, between John Reed, Sylves- ter Byrne, Frederick Middleton, Julius B. Allen, and Charles W. Devitt, representing the survivors of the 72nd regiment Pennsylvania volunteers, plaintiffs : and “Gettysburg Battle-field Memorial Association,” ..

Adams County – Newspaper reports of “The Batte of Gettysburg”

Adams County – Revised report of the select committee relative to the Soldiers’ National Cemetery : together with the accompanying documents as reported to the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Adams County – Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Middle District : May term, 1891, nos. 20 and 30 : appeal of the Gettysburg Battle-field Memorial Association, from the decree of the Court of Common Pleas of Adams County; and appeal of John P. Taylor, J.P.S. Gobin, John P. Nicholson, and R.B. Ricketts, com- missioners appointed by the Governor of the State of Pennsylvania, from the decree of the Court of Common Pleas of Adams County : paperbook of appellees

Gettysburg, Adams County – Address delivered at the dedication of monument of the 14th Conn. Vols. at Gettysburg, Penn., July 3d, 1884

Gettysburg, Adams County – The battle of Gettysburg, 1863

Gettysburg, Adams County – Dedication services at the unveiling of the bronze statue of Maj.-Gen. G. K. Warren at Little Round Top, Gettysburg, Pa

Gettysburg, Adams County – Fiftieth anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg : report of the Pennsylvania Commission, presented to His Excellency John K. Tener, governor of Pennsylvania, for transmittal to the General Assembly, Harrisburg, Pa., December 31, 1913

Gettysburg, Adams County – Hand grips : the story of the great Gettysburg reunion, July, 1913

Gettysburg, Adams County – In the Court of common pleas at Adams County, Pennsylvania : sitting in equity, January term, 1889: no. 1, between John Reed, Sylves- ter Byrne, Frederick Middleton, Julius B. Allen, and Charles W. Devitt, representing the survivors of the 72nd regiment Pennsylvania volunteers, plaintiffs : and “Gettysburg Battle-field Memorial Association,” ..

Gettysburg, Adams County – Notes on the Rebel invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania and the battle of Gettysburg, July 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 1863

Gettysburg, Adams County – Pennsylvania at Gettysburg : ceremonies at the dedication of the monuments erected by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to Major General George G. Meade, Major General Winfield S. Hancock, Major General John F. Reynolds and to mark the positions of the Pennsylvania commands engaged in the battle

Gettysburg, Adams County – Pennsylvania at Gettysburg : ceremonies at the dedication of the monuments erected by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to Major-General George G. Meade, Major General Winfield S. Hancock, Major General John F. Reynolds and to mark the positions of the Pennsylvania commands engaged in the battle

Gettysburg, Adams County – Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Middle District : May term, 1891, nos. 20 and 30 : appeal of the Gettysburg Battle-field Memorial Association, from the decree of the Court of Common Pleas of Adams County; and appeal of John P. Taylor, J.P.S. Gobin, John P. Nicholson, and R.B. Ricketts, com- missioners appointed by the Governor of the State of Pennsylvania, from the decree of the Court of Common Pleas of Adams County : paperbook of appellees

Gettysburg, Adams County – The color episode of the one hundred and forty-ninth regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers in the first day’s fight at Gettysburg, July 1st, 1863

Gettysburg, Adams County – The Gettysburg National Military Park : the location of the monuments, markers, and tablets on the Battlefield of Gettysburg

Gettysburg, Adams County – Revised report made to the legislature of Pennsylvania, relative to the Soldiers’ National Cemetery at Gettysburg : embracing an account of the origin of the undertaking; address of Hon. Edward Everett, at its consecration, with the dedicatory speech of President Lincoln, and the other exercises of that event; together with the address of Maj. Gen. O.O. Howard, deliverd July 4, 1866 [i.e. 1865], upon the dedication of the Soldiers’ National Monument and the other proceedings upon that occasion

 

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